RR Wow, you get right to the point.After reading and pricing I decided to go with this setup from Amazon.
Aluminum Oil Catch Tank Air/Oil Separator
Now I just have to decide where I want to mount it and find the time to do it.
Lol. I've done research and have thought of running a catch can on multiple vehicles, but never have. Just curious why you picked this one when you have other choices ranging from $20 to $200. Personally, I think a cheap one with an effective baffle will be all that's needed; no need to waste $200 on it. But again, I've never actually ran one. As for the install question, I meant what line are you putting it on. I've only been under the hood for an oil change, so I don't know which hoses lead where just yet.RR Wow, you get right to the point.
I guess you didn't read my last post where I said I got it from Amazon and that I have to decide where to mount it.
I have not measured to the hose size yet.. I will start its own thread and answer all your questions as soon as I can find the time to do it. Keep tuned in.
I have been rooting around in the engine compartment to find a location for the catch can and the engine oil bypass filter. I am also considering getting an extra engine oil cooler and maybe should wait till I get that so I can coordinate the locations of all at the same time.Our engines use a CCV system, not PCV. The line runs from the oil separator on the front of the driver's side head to the turbo inlet.
Let us know how the install goes, and if you get any codes. Luckily in GA the screen freezing shouldn't be a concern.